Cardi B may have a little makeup mogul on her hands!
The “WAP” rapper shared a super cute video of her 2-year-old daughter, Kulture on January 29. Cardi allowed the little girl to give mommy a smokey eye with blue eyeshadow and the rapper seemed amused to say the least. She wore a bathrobe and let her dark hair cascade down her shoulders as Kulture put the finishing touches on her.
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After finishing one eye, Kulture demanded that she be allowed to even it out. “You put it,” mommy told the 2-year-old, “but put it good!” Cardi wrote a subtle joke across the video that read, “@erika_lapearl_mua you could never.” Erika La’ Pearl is Cardi’s personal makeup artist.
Mommy seems to be enjoying her time with Kulture but she certainly has her hands full. Earlier in the week, Cardi noted that Kulture is in a really tough phase. “This princess dress stage is annoying and it f—in cold,” she wrote across a clip of Kulture refusing to dress appropriately for the weather.
Fans were quick to notice that the 2-year-old had some shiny bling around her wrist while she applied mommy’s makeup. Although Kulture has had a privileged life so far, Cardi said that she is making it a priority to make sure she stays humble while growing up. “My daughter came out of my p***y rich,” the rapper told Billboard in December. “She lives a different lifestyle than I lived. This girl gets in a pool every single day; I can’t swim because I barely went to the pool. … I want her to know that just because you have money, that doesn’t mean you’re super-privileged.”
The “Bodak Yellow” artist seems like a great mom but we are not 100% sure that Kulture should be homeschooled by the star. The rapper teased fans with a clip from the latest episode of her new show, “Cardi Tries” earlier in the day. The video featured her trying to be an elementary school teacher. She seems like she would be good at teaching history as long as she doesn’t teach grammar. Don’t get us wrong, the school kids and Kulture can learn a lot from Cardi… we wish our teachers looked and dressed like her!